Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) 8th Class Annual Result 2023
Federal Board Islamabad has announced the 8th class results 2023 today on 31 March 2023. The first examination in the education system of Pakistan which is conducted by external institutions is the 8th standard examination which is conducted by the board. The Federal Board also conducts examinations for Class VIII, Secondary Education, and Intermediate Education under the Board’s jurisdiction. The Federal Board has announced the results of Class VIII on 31st March 2023.
The jurisdiction of the board covers all the areas in which the education system is managed by the board. Being centralized, the federal board has more responsibility as its jurisdiction is spread across the country. All cantonments and garrisons, FATA, Islamabad City Territory, and Abroad are administered by the Federal Board.
This year the Board also conducted the Class VIII examinations in the jurisdiction in the month of February. The board is now in the process of compiling the 5th class result. Students are waiting for the results to be released by the board as they need to be there to sit in the next class in the schools.
It is a common practice of the board to release the result in the month of March and the same is expected this year. We can’t say anything about the exact date yet as nothing has been officially announced by the board but as soon as we get something. You’ll be the first to hear it.
We wish you all the best for the exams and to complete this foundational phase. A base once established in primary school will help you score well in middle, secondary and intermediate education. To check your federal board fde 8th class result 2023 please enter your credentials i.e. your name, roll number and district. We wish all the students waiting for this announcement.
Federal Board FDE 8th Class Result 2023.
Children who have decided to be promoted to the next classes will be promoted on the basis of the previous year’s results. Last year, children from classes 1 to 8 were promoted without an examination. Last year 90% of the students took the exams and the children were passed based on the results.